NIT, Akashi College


As a philosopher once said “To live is to live somewhere;” and, even now, architecture continues to be a primary element in our lives. Therefore, studying architecture means learning the techniques of building and planning, as well as learning about society. In other words, it is to learn about the world and the people in it. In the Architecture Department we teach the basic knowledge necessary to understand such a wide field of study.

Our curriculum is designed to develop students’ creativity and ability to synthesize information. It offers specialized and technical topics, such as planning, design, structure, and environment. At the same time, it offers practical subjects, such as design practice and information processing, incorporating and synthesizing the information from the aforementioned specialized and technical topics.
  • Lab Experiments in Architectural Engineering

  • Architectural Design Studio I